Jeanne Boyle has been Associate University Librarian for Planning and Organizational Research at Rutgers since July 2006. Her time at Rutgers also includes service as interim director of the John Cotton Dana Library (the location of the Institute of Jazz Studies), AUL for public services and communications, director of the science libraries, associate director for public services at the Library of Science and Medicine, acting AUL for human resources / personnel and planning, and a variety of positions within the technical services division. Her first position at Rutgers was as government documents librarian in the science libraries. Before coming to Rutgers, she held positions at the Newark Public Library, including manager of the U.S. federal documents regional depository, and with the legislative reference service at the New Jersey State Library.
In her current position, Jeanne is responsible for insuring that all planning, program, and policy development activities of the Rutgers University Libraries are integrated with and supported by research, analysis, measurement, and reporting. Her office also oversees library copyright matters and provides copyright support for other units at the university.
Jeanne is a double alumna of Rutgers, earning her M.L.S from the School of Communication and Information and her A.B. from Douglass College, where she majored in English.